Does this mean utility crews will no longer need to access my yard?
No. Your yard has a Utility Easement which gives the Utilities the right to access their infrastructure. One of the goals of the AMI program is to reduce the number of times we need to access your yard, but our crews and contractors will still need to access the water infrastructure from time to time.

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1. How is the quality of water in Hallandale Beach?
2. Where do I go for more information about water utility billing?
3. How will this affect my service?
4. How do I know who is authorized to do the work?
5. Do they need to come inside my house?
6. Can the endpoint be recharged with solar so it can keep going?
7. Does this mean utility crews will no longer need to access my yard?
8. How long is a water meter expected to last?
9. How long will the endpoint battery last?
10. What is an endpoint?
11. When will this work be performed?
12. Will the batteries leak?
13. How long will it take?
14. Does this mean my bill will be increasing?
15. Is there any special care or maintenance that I need to do to my new meter?
16. What if I'm on vacation or not available that day. Whom do I call?
17. Why is my water meter being replaced?
18. My meter has already been upgraded. Why are meter readers still coming to read them?
19. I still have questions, where can I get additional information?